Following her article in The Times on Thursday, the home secretary takes over the top pages.
In the piece, Braverman charged that in the run-up to this Saturday’s pro-Palestine march in London, the Metropolitan Police were “playing favorites.”
Suella Braverman’s unapproved piece will be investigated by Downing Street; the Daily Express, Daily Telegraph, and The Times all featured the story on their front pages.
The fallout from Braverman’s essay was also covered by The Guardian, Independent, and Metro.
The Mirror called Braverman out on his front while advising the British people not to act hatefully this weekend.
In the meantime, the Daily Star polled one hundred of its readers to determine which British home secretary history they thought was the most “crazy.”
One of the few publications covering the fighting between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip was The Sun.
Furthermore, according to the Financial Times, Apple suffered a huge legal setback when it was assessed a substantial tax bill in Ireland.